Its not about final FFB results and whether it is as good as AC or not, its about the way to get there. To me, AC1 and ACC still have the edge there, though Raceroom has gotten extremely close to it. But AC1 - and ACC even more! - get you set up with your FFB and general controler axis tuning in a more simple fashion that - compared to RR - simply operates outside competition. Raceroom makes it incredibly complicated and an excessive task of trial and error. Just look at the FFB setup options in ACC, and be amazed. Its simply too much. And explanations of the kind "Metadimensional cross-smoothing of warpdrive regulation - this is where you set the metadimensional cross-smoothing of the warpdrive regulation" are not needed by anyone, when reading such "explanations", I feel pranked, honestly said. Waste of time to even write that. There have been many opportunities when i read in forums that somebody tried RR, and left it again because he found the FFB not comoarable to his favoured sim, mostly it was AC. I can understand that and often have said on such occasions that the guy in question probably simply failed in getting his FFB correctly tuned for the wheel he uses. I am with RR since 2015 - and now I am in the same situation like some just newly arrived beginner. It should be simplified. Tremendously so. The standard that shows the way , indeed is like Assetto corsa handles it, the whole controller axis and FFB setup. Its as effective in results, but gets you there with just a fraction of FFB and axis options needed to be tried. When I set up ACC 6 weeks ago, I entered the axis menu once and the FFB menu twice to correct the earlier input for total FFB strength. And that was it.